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It looks like SpaceX is giving priority to Crew Dragon, which is great for NASA

Enlarge / In this very detailed illustration, a SpaceX Crew Dragon spaceship approaches the International Space Station for docking. NASA / SpaceX On Tuesday, SpaceX founder Elon Musk reported on the progress of NASA's NASA spacecraft Crew Dragon. The new information indicates that Musk is giving the program priority to prepare Dragon to fly astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken …

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Elon Musk and SpaceX face increasing tensions associated with the Crew Dragon project

Jeff DeWit, NASA's Chief Financial Officer, celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Moon Landing and Space Race. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine will visit SpaceX Headquarters on Thursday as tensions between government officials and Elon Musk's firm intensify as it concerns a project in favor of the agency's plans to US astronauts until 2024 To return the moon is crucial. ] …

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"Frozen Dragon of the North Wind": 77 million years ago, pterosaurs flew over North America, say scientists

An artistic representation of the Cryodrakon boreas, a new pterosaur species identified in Alberta, Canada. (David Maas) A new species of pterodactyl, a flying reptile, has been identified in the vast, arid landscape of the Canadian wasteland. On Tuesday it was anointed as "Cryodrakon boreas", Greek for "Frozen Dragon of the North Wind". The discovery may sound like something out …

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Hunt the methane dragon lurking in the deep sea

DOWN AT THE ATLANTIC OCEAN – Forty miles off the coast of North Carolina, the 274-foot research ship Atlantis paced and walked evenly along a dark, empty strip of ocean as the crew hurled sound waves deep into the ocean. A quarter mile below, methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, rose from the bottom of the sea. The Pea Island Underwater …

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Dragon Supply Ship returns to Earth today – Spaceflight Now

If you would like to see other articles like this, support our coverage of the Space Program by becoming a Spaceflight Now member . If everyone who likes our site is contributing to the funding, we can further expand and improve our reach. Live coverage of the departure of the SpaceX supply ship Dragon from the International Space Station and …

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